A new three-day indoor festival showcasing more than 20 roots, Americana, folk and alt-country acts from the US and UK will take place next month at Bucks Students’ Union’s award-winning venue in High Wycombe.

The Ramblin’ Roots Revue festival, which will run across three stages, features acts including Loud Mountains whose band member Sean Duggan lives in Wycombe and is a third-year spatial design student at Bucks New University.

Amersham-based Clubhouse Records, the leading UK Americana record label, is backing the festival with acts from its roster including Case Hardin, The Redlands Palomino Company, Paul McClure and the Local Heroes, Luke Tuchscherer, The Rosellys and Loud Mountains.

Artists from the US such as Laura Cantrell, Joana Serrat and Michele Stodart (Magic Numbers) will be joined by UK acts including Peter Bruntnel, The Treetop Flyers, Yola Carter, The Travelling Band, Co-Pilgrim, William the Conqueror, Hannah Rose-Platt, Legends of Country, Jonny Payne and The Thunder and The Dreaming Spires.

The Rebellion Beer Company, based in Marlow, will provide a range of locally brewed British beers to complement a selection of whiskies and bourbons from local distillers, Whisky Connosr in addition to the ales, lagers and ciders on offer.

A variety of local food concessions will offer freshly prepared fare including Tex-Mex and a Smokehouse BBQ.

Tristan Tipping, co-owner of Clubhouse Records, said: ‘We’re proud to be part of this brand new festival with a line-up that reads like a ‘who’s who’ in contemporary Americana.

“It promises to be a great weekend, whatever the weather, and as well as being indoors you’re guaranteed to always be within a few metres of a stage showcasing fantastic acts, a well-stocked bar and delicious food.’

The buskers’ stage will feature impromptu performances from the festival’s artists and Saturday will round off with a late ‘after-show’ party with guest DJs.

The festival closes with the Ramblin’ Roots Sunday Brunch where the final acts can be enjoyed with free coffee refills, freshly prepared and locally sourced eggs, bacon and sausages and free Sunday newspapers.

Stu Sutherland at The Rebellion Beer Company, said: “We are proud members of our local community and delighted to be supporting this inaugural music festival.

“It’s sure to be a great event, made even better by the range of local suppliers who are involved in helping to put the Ramblin’ Roots Revue event on the map.”

The event will run from April 7 to April 9.

Weekend tickets are £25 with Friday night (£12) and Saturday (£18) tickets also available. All ticket holders for Friday and Saturday must be aged fourteen or over.

Tickets for the Sunday Brunch are £5 with free entry to under 14s.

Americana records, merchandise and clothing will be on sale across the weekend.

Tickets and details about the festival at www.ramblinrootsrevue.co.uk